offlineReactNative(AsyncStorage, connectivitySelector)

Returns an offline storage extension that records events in AsyncStorage when offline, and resyncs them when back online. The extension adds a timestamp to each saved extension under the timeSaved key.

Like all offline storage extensions, this extension expects that you're already storing a connectivity flag in your app's state.


If you haven't already done so, the first step is to track the connection status in your state:

import { NetInfo } from 'react-native';

const initialState = {
  isConnected: true, // by default the app is assumed to have a connection

function reducer(state = initialState, action) {
  switch (action.type) {
      return Object.assign({}, state, { isConnected: action.payload });
      return state;

// add event listeners to update the connectivity flag when the
// connection status changes
NetInfo.isConnected.addEventListener('change', (isConnected) => {
    payload: isConnected,

NetInfo docs

Next, create a connectivity selector that accepts the state, and returns your app's connection status:

const isConnected = state => state.isConnected;

NB: The connectivity selector should return a boolean - true when the app is online, false if the app is offline.

Then, create the offline storage extension:

import { AsyncStorage } from 'react-native';
import { offlineReactNative } from 'redux-beacon/extensions/offline-react-native';


// pass in the connectivity selector as the second parameter
const offlineStorage = offlineReactNative(AsyncStorage, isConnected);

Finally provide the offlineStorage extension when creating middleware or a meta reducer:


const middleware = createMiddleware(eventsMap, target, { offlineStorage });
const metaReducer = createMetaReducer(eventsMap, target, { offlineStorage });

Now, whenever your app loses connection, your analytics events will now be saved offline until it regains its connection.